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>Deploys new image at OpenShift Online
> 3 seconds passed
> "your pod is stuck for more than 5 minutes"
excuse me wtf1
I've just had an embarrassing moment: discussing in chat with some colleagues I wrote Openshit instead of Openshift.3
[Applies for RedHat OpenShift Beta on April]
this will be lit I said, since I was quite a bug reporter for Eclipse Che/Codenvy
[Took me until november to open up a ticket so they can take me in]
oooh shit this is lit
[Starts an Eclipse Che Workspace]
huh, why isn't it provisioning?
[inb4 OpenShift devs says its both a OSIO infra issue and a known bug in the OpenShift panel]
[Makes it work using workaround]
Woo this is gon-
[Haha no, Too Many tedirects for you]
Conclusion: Openshift.io is a lit platform, it just happened to be very VERY beta.
I like the kubernetes "pods" tho3
Have a spare server at work doing nothing. Think to myself "I'll play around with kubernetes".
Step 1: install openshift (there's ansible, should just work...right?)
It's been three days and I am haven't started paying around with kubernetes yet. *Sigh*3
So at work I still haven't gotten enough time to try/learn Docker/Openshift...
Should I just login on weekends to play with it, create some small projects to see how it all works?
One part of me says it my boss really want me to learn it, then he should clear the time for me.
The other part is like "I'm learning this for my own good and it might be fun since I'll finally be doing something new... And then I'll be the smartass on this too"5
What's the difference between Spring Cloud and Boot? And what's a good book to learn either?
And I guess Spring as well. Is that a pre-req? I'm not familiar with much other than Bean and Context and not sure how AutoWired exactly works...
One project I have is to build an REST service but with subservices, and their replicas, handling different paths and on Openshift.
So these sub services need to be independently started but discoverable by the routing app(s).
Not sure how many layers but basically when a call hits the Router, depending on the path in the URL it sends the request to the appropriate subservices4
After redhats totally dick move, who would actually stay with openshift paas? Theyll just take v2 down with a month notice and think no one is affected. They could do that to v3 too one day, they clearly dont think about the customers. I guess openshift isnt for production after all, only for fun.10
Questions around Openshift:
My company is actually triying to find out if Openshift is a thing out in the developers world. We are currently (finally) investing some money in container architectures. But are quite unsure if Openshift is a real thing out there. So my questions:
For how long are you building Openshift application PODs and why?
Or alternatively: Do you know a good source of up to date surveys around the container world, or do you know who can do good and usable surveys in that kind of area?2
Started openshift to make send some of apps to cloud, damn it is too annoying. Everything is like 4x time consuming and hard, documentation really lacks, you google some errors? well answer is in red hat site and you can only see that if you are paid subscriber, issues in github are closed randomly(generally like we are going to fix this so no open issues??-written in 2017). If i had any other chance i would take it, like instantly.
Fuck everything Red Hat made!
Yes, they make the hard stuff easy, but they make the easy stuff sooo unnecessarily difficult...2
So after deploying an update for my apps api this morning, I very quickly had to move hosts as openahift for some reason does not install express on its 8.x container, heck its not even in the package lock file, and no help from Google. On the plus side, new ones faster, even though it's further away, and I can only image a replica set DB is better than a single instance.
Getting REALLY sick of OpenShift right now >:( I'm trying to connect to my database with JDBC (using Java servlets and JSP pages) for an assignment, but it doesn't seem to be acknowledging the presence of any of the environment variables. Or it's refusing to save values to the session, I can't really tell. But I've been trying to figure this out for several hours a night the last three nights, and it's still doing nothing1
It’s just me or openshift is just another behemoth just waiting to ruin your otherwise nice weekend?1
Not sure if this is somehow standard but have a new dev process we need to use to deploy a Docker image to an Openshift container.
(Is an container one node/vm or could be many?)
In the Jenkins build it seems the files are copied to in Docker image.
But they aren't copied to the container/OPENSHIFT deployment image. There's something mentioned about config map but not sure how that's related to file copy...10
Cant open a fucking support ticket with openshift bc they have so many Drupal errors im going to fucking kill myself.
Pip wont fucking work anynore. So i xant install fuckj g anythj g tuat i ne ejsjdheheh kiok me zujd1